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LINKTV
Nov 7, 2013 9:00am PST
doing up here? (man) i'm thinking. well, don't think! talk. talk to me! jesus christ! you can't walk out of a meeting like that. you say, "excuse me." you say, "pardon me." otherwise they think it's something that they said. did they say anything? (man) no. howard, talk to me. listen to me. let me remind you of the upside here; okay? you put in a million dollars -- a year, maybe two -- three at the most -- you're walking out with four million bucks. i understand the math, lenny. i just want to rethink things; okay? ♪ (music plays) talk to me, howard. listen to me. let me remind you of the upside here. you put in a million. a year and a half, maybe two -- three at the outside -- you take out four million, maybe more. i understand the math, lenny. i just want to rethink things. ♪ (music plays) don't do it, howard. i said, "don't do it." i said, "don't do it." (man) do you know her? hi. i'm howard. i know. i'm susan. (man) okay. great. good. thank you. thanks. (man) you're welcome. we'll be in touch. ♪ (music plays) so what we gotta remember is that the scene that we're gonna shoot fi
LINKTV
Nov 26, 2013 8:00am PST
's drop in in that class. don't touch it now. don't touch it now. okay. you'll be harmed less if you touch it now. you can trust me. okay. here? okay, right there. that's right on. yeah. [laughter] oh, that's beautiful. stay holding it. okay. look this way. yeah, that's nice. oh, that is nice. that's fantastic. look, look, look, look. oh, that's nice. that's nice, very nice. okay. now, i tell you what? could we all hold hands today? yeah, okay, yes, yes. let's all hold hands. back here, john. right--that's it, right, just come here. let's--here we go, go on. okay. dave, get that. okay, okay. okay, don't break the chain now. anyone wearing pacemakers here? [laughter] okay. i hope not. if you're wearing a pacemaker, don't participate. okay? come on, here we go. it's okay. you back row types. those are your neighbors you're sitting next to. hold hands, it's all right. okay? [screaming] [laughter] okay, watch this, gang. inertia, huh? card, coin, huh? [applause] yeah. a body at rest tends to stay at rest. i'll show you a nice one. this one was shown to me by my friend marshall ellenstein. okay
LINKTV
Nov 4, 2013 9:00am PST
and literally wrestling- well, i don't know if anyone was wrestling back there, maybe just about to- but i think we've got a sense of how difficult it is to discuss ethical challenges even in a very civilized setting like this. you can imagine what happens in a less than civilized situation because it's just very frustrating when you have so many visions of what proper patterns of action are. particularly when we get to the social dimension, we're going to talk about religious diversity in the united states, and we'll see that maybe one of the things that creates a sense of peacefulness in the social environment is that we have so many different religions and a first amendment that protects religious freedom that we don't have one religion rising to the surface or competing or two or three. well, one thing we wanted to do with our new version of beliefs and believers is to go to a part of the world where we do see more of the tensions between religion, and the spot we picked on, dare i say, was israel and then to some extent egypt. and we wanted to go to israel in particular because there isn't
LINKTV
Nov 21, 2013 8:00am PST
? was the wall pushing on my fingers too? a lot of people don't see that. non-physics types don't see that but physics type see, "hey, man, he's pushing on the wall." and what's the wall doing to him. - pushing back. - watch how i lean. i'm leaning on the wall, huh? okay. now, everybody say, "hey, the dude's pushing against the wall," okay? i call this the wall, okay. everybody sees the dude pushing against the wall. physics types see that too. and physics types see something else. and what else do physics types see? check your neighbor, see if you're seating next to a physics type. [student chatter] so what's happening, gang? when i push on the wall, - what's the wall do? - pushing on you. hey, you know something, i can't push against that wall without the wall pushing on me. and this further defines an idea we've been talking about all this time. and that's the idea of force. when you impress a force on something, you tend to accelerate that something, that force we're gonna further define. a force is an interaction between one thing and another, always, all the time. a force is an
LINKTV
Nov 4, 2013 4:00pm PST
este episodio raquel le cuenta a don fernando y su familia de su investigación en españa. bueno, como uds. saben primero fui a españa buscando a la señora suárez. ioiga! ¿está la señora suárez? ioiga! no contestan. yo tengo que hablar con esa señora. no hay información nueva. escuchen a los personajes, mientras ven, una vez más algunas de las escenas que sucedieron en españa. aquí está una señorita de los estados unidos. tiene una carta tuya que le escribiste a un señor en méxico. dile que me visite a madrid. ¿a madrid? captioning of this program is made possible by the annenberg/cpb project and the geraldine r. dodge foundation. en el episodio previo don fernando por fin conoció a sus nietos, angela y roberto... y la relación entre raquel y arturo empezó a tomar un nuevo camino. deberíamos. pero no quiero hacerlo. quiero actuar. no quiero que me dejes. durante la noche se reunieron todos para gozar de una gran cena y se sorprendieron cuando don fernando, enfermo y débil se presentó a cenar. mercedes: ipapá! ¿qué haces? ideberías estar en la cama! sí. posib
LINKTV
Nov 8, 2013 4:00pm PST
destinos. en este episodio concluimos la historia de raquel, don fernando y los otros miembros de la familia castillo. mercedes... diles a angela, roberto, raquel y arturo que los espero en mi habitación. por supuesto, papá. raquel: don fernando... la señora suárez me dijo que rosario nunca dejó de pensar en ud.... que siempre lo amó. captioning of this program is made possible by the annenberg/cpb project and the geraldine r. dodge foundation. y de la excavación, fuimos al hospital y de ahí, vinimos para acá y fue así, don fernando, como sucedió todo. muy interesante, raquel. te agradezco la paciencia y el interés que pusiste en este caso. pero, ya es tarde. se hice de noche y tengo sueño. mañana quisiera hablar con angela y roberto para estar seguro de que son mis nietos. mercedes, ayúdame. con permiso. que sigan gozando del resto de la noche. ¿qué le estará pasando a fernando? nunca lo había visto tan desconfiado. es natural, pedro. quiere estar seguro y necesita pensarlo un poco más. claro. yo recuerdo muy bien mi reacción cuando vi por primera vez a raquel e
WHUT
Nov 14, 2013 6:00pm EST
. it is interesting. i wish that would publish the rest of it. to show us the rest of the draft text. i don't think at this point would be particularly harmful to the agreement to let us do something about the countries negotiating position. that thelly disagree tpp negotiations are especially secret. there's a lot that goes on in congress that the public doesn't know about. when congress writes a law, we don't know in advance what it is going to be before it gets proposed. they're still trying to figure out what the contents of the agreement will be. they don't know yet, but they're working on it. eventually, we will see it well in advance of when it becomes law and congress will have the chance to decide to vote yes or no on the agreement. >> lori wallach, what most surprised you about seeing the tpp agreement for the first time yesterday, the wikileaks leak? >> first of all, this is extraordinary secret. i followed these negotiations since 1990 one with nafta. during nafta, any member of congress could see any tax -- in fact, the whole agreement between the get shading rance was put -- was accep
LINKTV
Nov 14, 2013 3:00pm PST
are benign... they don't invade nearby tissue or spread to other parts of the body. but a malignant tumor is cancer. its cells can invade and destroy healthy tissue, and spread to other parts of the body through the blood and lymph system. when we get that tumor and we look at the molecular changes in the tumor, we're kind of looking at the end stage. it's not the end stage of the disease for the patient but it's kind of the end product. what we really need to understand is, what is the first mutation that allows that cell to have slight growth advantage? in other words, the cell is unstable, and what exposures link to that mutation, that next mutation that mighbe acquired to do this? this carrier type represents a cell from a malignancy-- a leukemia. and instead of the normal number of chromosomes there are now 47 chromosomes in this cell. there are three copies of chromosome eight, instead of the normal number of two copies of chromosome eight. dr. ganz: and again, if we understand what the risk factor is or the environmental hazard or what the exposure is that leads to a specific mutat
LINKTV
Nov 1, 2013 4:00pm PDT
tanta antipatía a jorge. porque queremos protegerte de ese don juan. no tienes derecho de decir que es un don juan. tú no lo sabes. entonces, ¿quién era la mujer que contestó cuando lo llamaste a su casa? unos amigos de nueva york que están en puerto rico. están alojados en su casa. ¿qué hay de malo en eso? ¿tú crees eso? por supuesto. narrador: bienvenidos al episodio 47 de destinos. primero, algunas escenas de este episodio. mira, arturo, quería hablar contigo porque... pues, tengo unos problemas y pensé que como tú eres psiquiatra... te escucho. ¿de qué se trata? de mi mujer, gloria. en este episodio, no hay vocabulario nuevo. uds. no tienen que hacer nada más que ponerse cómodos y gozar de la historia porque en este episodio don fernando finalmente conoce a sus nietos. yo soy angela y éste es mi hermano, roberto. vengan. quiero verlos de cerca. captioning of this program is made possible by the annenberg/cpb project and the geraldine r. dodge foundation. en el episodio previo, don fernando regresó a la gavia. en guadalajara, el médico le había dicho a mercedes
LINKTV
Nov 12, 2013 8:00am PST
still don't have as much mass youad in hydrogen. what is ing on? how massive a proton is, how massive a neutron is, apparently depends upon what configuration nucls it's in, and that's the case. and yet you kinda see that th einstein'eqvalence of mass and energy. consider you have a nucleus. you got all these nucleons in there, right? they're all being held together, yeah? very, very strongly, nuclear forces, yeah? now, you wanna take a nucleon, when i say nucleon, i'm talking about a proton or a neutron, okay? you take one out and you wanna take-- grab one and you wanna pull it out of the nucleus. easy or hard? begin with the h. kinda big. there's nuclear forces, honey, and you're gonna pull against that nuclear force. it's gonna be hard to pull a nucleon out of that, gang. it's gonna be very hard to pull it out of there. you know what the hardest one to pull out is? an iron. you say to iron, "iron, honey, n, you got hardly any mass in your nucleons." iron says, "try pulling me out." [makes sounds] it's gonna take an awful lot of work to pull that nucleon out of iron. more out of iro
WHUT
Nov 8, 2013 6:00pm EST
't shut the damns off. so let's fire six rounds at him? were confused, and we don't understand." in springville, illinois, anticorruption activists range fake money onto the state house of representatives. director josh silver said in a statement "money talks in illinois, so we decided to speak to house members and the only language they seem to understand." and those are some of the headlines. this is democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman with juan gonzalez. >> welcome to all our listeners and viewers from around the country and around the world. we begin today with a look at how tuesday's election signaled a seachange in new york city as voters chose a candidate who repeatedly emphasized papers -- his progressive vision. the city's public advocate, bill de blasio, crushed republican joe lhota and the remainder world race to replace billionaire mayor mike bloomberg. de blasio is set to become the first democrat to lead new york city in two decades. in his campaign, his signature message focused on what he called a talent is cities. last ye
LINKTV
Nov 7, 2013 8:00am PST
? answer begins with the n. no, you don't be needing vectors. but i'll tell you where the vectors do come in handy. like, you got a crosswind, okay? let's suppose you're flying like this, and let's suppose the wind is a crosswind coming like this, just as fast as you're going. let's suppose you're going 100 kilometers per hour, and you're in a hurricane. and a hurricane is coming like this at 100 kilometers per hour. what's the direction of the aircraft gonna be? it's kind of easy to see, isn't it? it's kind of going like this. it's kind of going like this at the same time, right? and so what it does, it kind of goes off course like this, huh? let me give you a neat little rule that'll tell you exactly which way and how fast it goes. and the little rule is this. take your two vectors, one representing ground speed or the speed through the air, and the other representing the speed of the wind, and make those into a parallelogram. since they are right angles here, that parallelogram's gonna be, in this case, a square, because the sides are equal. make a square. and then what you do is you j
LINKTV
Nov 18, 2013 8:00am PST
's not our place to diagnose. "and then the chameleons wore--" boy: i can't see. i'm sorry. why don't i turn the page so that you can? jordan bentley, i'm gog to stop for a minute. it's very hard for me to read when you are talking. you may sit on miss kathleen's lap, or you may join snack-- one or the other. jordan: snack. woman: ok. why don't you go wash your hands? hendrick: remember, a particular behavior can have many different causes, and it takes a trained professional to determine the reason for what is going on for example, failure to pay attention at story time may be the consequence of a hearing loss, inappropriate reading material, borderline intelligee, fatigue, poor eyesight, or simply needing to go to the toilet. we had a child in our program that, yoknow, had some serious behavioral problems, and i felt that there was a need for an assessnt. i felt that the child uld be autistic. and, you know, this is obviously a devastating thing for a parent to have to deal with and to accept, and so i dealt with that as compassionately as possible, and it took a long time for the pares of
LINKTV
Nov 20, 2013 8:00am PST
day. announcer: for fun play-time ideas, go online-- just don't stay long. ♪ get up, get up, get up okay, let's begin a little thought experiment. let's suppose i take a baseball. we have a baseball playing game and i throw a baseball to you. no, i don't throw it to you. i have a little machine that throws a baseball. you ever see those things? and that machine can only throw the baseball at 30 meters per second. that's how fast. 30 meters per second. it's all regulated to throw that fast. now, it's gonna throw a ball to you. you got your catcher's mitt. hit, boom, you catch. how fast do you catch it? 30 meters per second, right? that's because the machine is at relative rest to you. there's no motion between you and the machine. so you're gonna catch it at 30 meters per second. now, let's suppose you are in a truck and the truck is going that way at 10 meters per second. 10, get that? i throw the ball just like before. you catch it. how fast it's going? well, check your neighbor. you're going away. you're moving away from it. faster or slower, gang? slower. - in fact, what's the an
LINKTV
Nov 21, 2013 3:00pm PST
: most of our frail seniors in this country are women, because men don't live as long. as a consequence, it's often a situation where the woman of the family has cooked the meals, and now she has no one to cook for, so there's no reason to cook. and so you tend to get processed foods or fast foods, some of which have high salt, and some of which have high fat. and so it's important that one be careful, and not get into a situation where you're getting malnourished by eating. ...it's tough exercise, you know? exercise is another important ingredient in the recipe for a long life... but not ju any kind of exercise. dr. lips: walking has been the most importt type of exercise we have found for seniors. i had to throw away a medical journal that talked about the three optimal types of exercise. martial arts... the idea of the "gray ninjas", i just don't know. swimming, which is important, but finding pools is not easy. and the other is gardening, and i'm not talking about clipping a flower once a month, but actually digging, lifting, hoeing, raking. you're going to find that it makes a majo
WHUT
Nov 7, 2013 6:00pm EST
akins. his article is titled "the a- team killings." why don't you start off by just laying out your findings. >> what we did was we interviewed dozens of witnesses, victims,mbers of the confidential investigations done by both the u.n. and red cross as well as the afghan government. we laid out what had happen in this isolated valley. even though these allegations emerged last winter and continued into the spring and were quite controversial, led a local demonstrations, no one really knew who this mysterious unit was. or speciale cia forces team. the military had categorically denied any responsibility up until this time. so we laid out a timeline of what happened and discovered who this unit was. we established conclusively these men who disappeared were picked up by american forces them often in these mass roundups in broad daylight. he was not a question if they were picked up, but what happened afterwards. in the end, we are able to identify the unit and even get into see this translator. the meccafore military launched its investigation, this had become a major issue in afghani
LINKTV
Nov 5, 2013 8:00am PST
-- how come these things aren't moving up to the ceiling? how many say, "i don't be knowing that, gee, 'cause i suspect they should"? come on, gang, what's winning, down or up? down. why down? bigger. there's a lot more ground down there than there are ceiling up there, so the net force is down. and the whole world is pulling these paperclips down against the book. that's a pretty good force, yeah? watch this. see this little dinky magnet? how big is this compared to the whole world? big or small? the answer begin with a s. small. watch this. now you know why dick tracy used to say, "he who controls magnetism controls the universe." look at the force of this little dinky magnet compared to the size of the world pulling all these clips up. so we can talk about the magnetic force today, gang, the magnetic force. ain't that neat? okay. this is a pretty powerful magnet. here's a pretty weak magnet. this one is suspended on a point, and it's magnetized. and what do we call it, gang, do you know? begin with c, end with ompass. try it. put it together. compass. compass, excellent. that's a c
LINKTV
Nov 6, 2013 8:00am PST
piled up. do you get scared when you walk by those cannonballs? you don't get scared when you walk by those cannonballs. they have no more energy. not the energy they had when they were projectiles in some war or something. so just as those cannonballs don't-- are not dangerous anymore, the alpha particles and the beta particles that make up helium gas in a balloon is not dangerous. they've lost their energy. this piece of chalk isn't dangerous. but if i put this piece of chalk in a shotgun and fired at you, then it is. and that's the difference between the particles that were rejected from nuclei. they come at very, very high speeds. high speeds and a lot of energy. they can tear in to you and maybe that's not so good. but once stopped, they're completely harmless. any questions at this point? let's continue. begs the question, why is it that atoms are radioactive anyway? and it turns out all the atoms beyond atomic number 83, they're all radioactive, which is to say they're unstable. they decay. what's going on? remember we talked about the fundamental rule of electricity and tha
LINKTV
Nov 25, 2013 8:00am PST
are few and far between. in the real world of childcare, children, like adults, just don't always get along. michael, we got to share! i had this one first. hendrick: how many of us have found ourselves in this situation? in the heat of the moment, how do you know what to do, what to say, how to act? what can we do to help stop situations from getting out of control, and perhaps even more important, prevent discipline problems from even starting? our goals for this program are simple. together, we're going to learn what to do when a child won't stop doing something he shouldn't be doing, and how to help children control themselves instead of depending on other people to control them. the thing to really remember is that children shouldn't be allowed to hurt themselves or other people or destroy property. and when i say hurt, i mean verbally hurt as well as physically. no matter what those nursery rhymes say, when you're little, words can hurt every bit as much and more than sticks and stones. crucial point to remember is that what discipline is really about is building self-control. b
WHUT
Nov 13, 2013 6:00pm EST
. i don't think this is justifiable. i don't think this is accidental. >> any observers have compared renisha mcbride stepped to the shooting of trayvon martin. on friday, supporters rallied in detroit. >> renisha mcbride. renisha mcbride. renisha mcbride. it doesn't make sense why he is not here locked up on some sort of charge, murder, manslaughter, whatever. it is not just. why is he still at home? >> it could have easily been me. >> every life and are committed to you is valuable. life in our community is valuable. ,he fact of the matter is renisha was trying to seek help and gets a bullet in her head. clark's i'm sick and tired of seeing black women martyred, raped, beaten, shot, and nobody talking about it. in thek of the apathy community, sick of the apathy and the media. enough is enough. where is this man? who was he connected to? why don't we know who he is? >> for now we are going to detroit, michigan, where it joined by dawud walid, the executive director of cair. we're also joined by dream .ampton, a filmmaker she is a campaign consultant with moms rising, million-member
LINKTV
Nov 7, 2013 3:00pm PST
. hodis: most people don't fall into that category of that extreme risk. but we're all at risk, and if it's in the family, a parent or a sibling, then you're very high risk if... of alshaving that outcome of either stro or heart disease. goldenetz: well, it's funny, the first time i really noticed some symptoms was 1997... january... i'd had a cold and i had a sore throat, but i also had a strange tightness in my chest, and i attributed that, at first, to the cold and the sore throat. that kind of was the way things went for several months where i'd feel okay for a while and then get this kind of tightness, trouble breathing. there are things we can do with people like that to either find out they have the disease before they have a heart attack or die or have a stroke, things like electron beam cat scan of the heart where we look for calcium deposition within the arteries as an early marker of this inflammatory disease, and an early marker of plaque build-up. we'relso working with cardiac mri, which is another fancy test to actually look within the arteries and look at plaque build-up an
WHUT
Nov 4, 2013 6:00pm EST
and grind progress to an absolute halt if they don't get 100% of what they want. [boos] this isn't just speculation, we saw it last month. here in virginia you felt the pain of the first government shutdown in 17 years. and there are a lot of states that felt more of the pain then folks right here in virginia. -- and there aren't a lot of states that felt more of the pain then folks right here virginia. city, dayyork laborers and their allies gathered sunday to call for immigration reform and to highlight the role of immigrant workers in the recovery effort after superstorm sandy, just over one year ago. the workers rallied in foley square to call for relief from deportation for workers who helped rebuild the city. a report shows 74% of construction workers who die on the job are latinos, even though census figures show latinos account for just 41% of such workers. pablo alvarado of the national day laborer organizing network said safety for relief workers is a key demand. ,> after a natural disaster workers need to be protected. fema comes in and they bring relief to homeowners and a l
LINKTV
Nov 5, 2013 9:00am PST
of the oneness, the unity of all things. now, think for a moment religiously how different that is. we don't have what i would call ontological dualism, we don't have a situation here where the world is here, human life is here, we live in history, and god angels the forces of creation are apart from that. what if everything belonged to one system? we are moving along the line more on the line of a monist. how would you react, ethically, if you felt that you, though you might have a different position in this oneness, you were a part of it, truly a part, there is a part in a part thing you have been dealing with the whole semester? that's a part of the instinct, that move to harmony and balance. if all is one, and there is no way you can opt out of the system, then the impulse is to truly develop ethical patterns of action that honor other people, that keep a balance that keep harmony. now obviously as we've seen all religious systems, it's not always going to be at the ideal. but that's the impulse to try to sort out ethical patterns of action. in confucianism particularly, in society, in human
LINKTV
Nov 6, 2013 9:00am PST
sanitation districts here that don't allow discharges of that material either into our basins or into the waste water stream that eventually gets into our injection barrier. because water quality is such a vital part of groundwater management, it is essential to monitor the water both above and below the surface. traditionally, we've sampled our groundwater basin at the production well, and we still do that because the next step is your faucet, and we're very concerned about what reaches the faucet. but it would also be nice to know if there is something coming down the aquifer that we don't know about and find it before it reaches the production well. so, what we've done at orange county is developed a very sophisticated groundwater monitoring program which uses surface water sampling, production well sampling, and dedicated monitoring well sampling. our monitoring wells are drilled to a depth of about 1,500 feet and isolate and tap up to 18 zones that we can monitor individually, so that if a contaminant is coming towards us-- towards a production well-- we can find it befor
LINKTV
Nov 19, 2013 8:00am PST
that the effect becomes apparent. and those speeds, we don't deal with in the everyday world so its not common sense to us. maybe in tomorrow's world, when we goose up to speeds like that, it will be. i'll give you an example. when you go to the travel agents today you see these exotic posters on their walls, right? they get posters of the hawaiian islands, right? and everyone wants to spend a little time in the hawaiian islands, right? so they put these posters of the hawaiian islands with the palm trees and all that, the royal hawaiian hotel and all-- it makes you wanna get a couple of weeks off and go there, doesn't it? anyway, you see these posters of places. how many posters have you ever seen in a travel agent that posts times? like, you can talk about traveling to south america, you can talk about traveling to the mainland. you can talk about traveling to europe, but can you go to the travel agent today and talk about traveling into time? we got new years coming up. we got a big one pretty soon, 2000, the year 2000, okay? and then 2001, 21st century, yeah? how about someone says, well,
LINKTV
Nov 27, 2013 8:00am PST
deportations -- >> actually, i don't. that is why we're here. >> i need your help. stop deportation! >> stop deportation! >> don't worry about it, guys. let me finish. >> stop deportation! >> you guys don't need to go. let me finish. he can stay there. let me -- [applause] a second. respect the passion of these young people because they feel deeply about the concerns for their families. now what you need to know, when i am speaking as president of the united states and i come to is if in fact i could solve all of these problems without passing laws in congress, then i would do so. of laws. also a nation that is part of our tradition. and so the easy way out is to try to yell and pretend like i can do something by violating our laws. what i'm proposing is the harder path which is to use our democratic process to achieve the same goal that you want to achieve, but it won't be as easy as just shouting. it requires us lobbying and getting it done. [applause] >> president obama responding to the young immigrant activist ju hong. those who placed ju hong behind president obama during the speech ma
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Nov 28, 2013 8:00am PST
't nelson eddy!" and i got frightened, and i said, "i don't-let's save it. let's save it for something else. but don't-let's not have it in." well, he felt--he was crestfallen, as he should be. and i said, "let's try again." well, he tried for another week, tried all kinds of things, but he kept coming back to it, as he should have. and he came back, and i was worried about it, and i called ira gershwin over, my friend. ira said to him, he said, "can you play it a little more in a pop style?" and i played it, with rhythm. ok, i said, "oh, well, that's great. that's fine." i said, "now we have to get a title for it." i didn't know what the title was going to be. and when he had ? dee-da-dee-da- da-da-da, ? i finally came to the thing, he way our logic lies in it, "i want to be somewhere on the other side of the rainbow." and i began trying to fit it -- "on the other side of the rainbow." when he had a front phrase like daa-da-da-da-da -- now, if you say "eee," you couldn't sing "eee-ee." you had to sing "ooooh." that's the only thing that would get a--and i had to get something with "oh" in
WHUT
Nov 1, 2013 6:00pm EDT
by traffic signs, billboards, and planning committees. is that it? don't we want to live in a world made of art not just decorated by it? >> and those are some of the headlines. this is democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman with juan gonzalez. >> welcome to all our listeners and viewers from around the country and around the world. a sweeping set of changes to the new york city police department's controversial stop and frisk program has been put on hold. in august, u.s. district judge found theindlin program unconstitutional, saying police had relied on a "policy of indirect racial profiling" that led officers to routinely stop "blacks and hispanics who would not have been stopped if they were white." while she did not halt the use of stop and frisk, judge a federal appointed court monitor to oversee a series of reforms, including a pilot program that would require officers to wear cameras on their bodies to record their interactions with the public. she ordered a joint remedial process to solicit public comments on how to reform the department's ta
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Nov 5, 2013 4:00pm PST
este episodio, raquel sigue contándole a don fernando y su familia de su investigación. escuchen bien mientras raquel explica como conoció a arturo y como los dos emprendieron la búsqueda de angel. ¿qué querían? iangel! claro que lo recuerdo bien. era mi amigo. ¿sabe dónde se encuentra? captioning of this program is made possible by the annenberg/cpb project and the geraldine r. dodge foundation. ...y luego, fui a la argentina donde conocí a arturo. raquel: al llegar al hotel hubo una confusión con mi reservación. felizmente, lo pude arreglar simplemente sin problemas y le pregunté al recepcionista si conocía la estancia santa susana. siento mucho la inconveniencia, señorita. está bien, gracias. ah, se me olvidaba. necesito un carro para mañana. tengo que salir fuera de la ciudad. ¿para qué hora lo necesita? voy a una hacienda que se llama santa susana. sí, la conozco. es la estancia santa susana. está a unos cien kilómetros de aquí. ¿ud. conoce la estancia? sí. conozco toda la zona. ahora estamos por escobar, cerca de los cardales. ud. no es de aquí, ¿no? no.
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Nov 6, 2013 4:00pm PST
. en este episodio raquel sigue contándole a don fernando y su familia de su investigación. escuchen bien mientras raquel cuenta como conoció a angela y lo que le pasó en puerto rico. carmen: en el nombre del padre, del hijo y del espíritu santo... ¿qué pasó? su hermano tuvo un accidente en la excavación. captioning of this program is made possible by the annenberg/cpb project and the geraldine r. dodge foundation. entonces, fui a san juan para buscar a angel. disculpe. estoy buscando la calle del sol, número cuatro. la calle del sol, es ésa que está en el frente. el número cuatro es a la derecha. ¿a la derecha? exacto. gracias. de nada. ( timbre suena ) señorita, ¿a quién busca? buenos días, señora. busco al señor angel castillo. ¿no sabe ud., señorita? el señor castillo murió. ¿cuándo murió? hace poco. es una pena, tan buenos vecinos que eran. nunca se repuso de la muerte de su esposa. ¿entonces era casado? sí, su señora era una mujer muy linda. era escritora. pero murió ya hace varios años. los dos están enterrados en el antiguo cementerio de san jua
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Nov 5, 2013 6:00pm EST
people who don't know -- >> a local man who shot this film that was taken by the cia and the secret service and it was altered a bit, i think. there is a lot of evidence to that effect. bestven now, it is the signpost, a timing. it shows you the timeframe of the assassination. we have a scene in the movie where you see a man trying to do what oswald did with the bolt action with a rifle, which is a bad italian weapon. you have to fire the shot through a tree at a target moving away from you. you can't do it. two teams of fbi experts tried to do it, plus cbs and other organizations have tried to simulate shooting that in less than six seconds, and it's not possible. this is a sophisticated ambush. there had to be a shot from the front, from the offense. at least one shooter from the front. at least one. >> i want to go back to a clip from your film "jfk," when former new orleans district attorney jim garrison watches a the harveyort about oswald, the alleged killer. then he makes a phone call to his associate and tells them to investigate oswald's connection to new orleans little bit
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Nov 22, 2013 3:00pm PST
? professor erle leichty. leichty: we get passages that we don't understand, and we get tablets that we have extreme difficulty reading, but we do know the language. we know it primarily because of ancient dictionaries. the people that lived at the time made bilingual dictionaries between akkadian and sumerian. and akkadian is a semitic language closely related to hebrew and arabic. so that was much easier for us. keach: the tablets contained specific records of day-to-day living. the world's oldest known medical text, with remedies of snake skin, turtle shell and figs. a detailed map of the ancient city of nippur. even the price of tin in the twenty-first century b.c. historian marvin powell. in this line we see the amount of silver written across here. and in this line we see the amount of tin that it buys. and after this we also find the name of the individual, a chap called lucin from nippur, who was engaged in the tin trade. keach: names and places, professions and materials from the ancient world come to life. the tablets offer astonishing details of a way of life that ended thousands
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Nov 8, 2013 3:00pm PST
is -- is marvelous ! i imagine 1,400 years ago the variety was at least as great. and so i don't think living here wguld have been very difficult at all. keach: at ceren, household members grew their own food and made their own tools, pottery and clothes. we usually think of subsistence farming as difficult and impoverished. but the evidence emerging at ceren challenges these assumptions. sheets: quite frankly, we are surprised by the richness of material possessions, in a fairly broad sense... beautiful polychrome painted gourds. and the amount of food they had stored in the house is fairly impressive. and the range of foods -- they're not just scrounging, not just sort of eking out an existence. they're really living quite well. that's a monkey tail. look at that. keach: from mouse bones to axe blades, the details of daily life preserved at ceren astonished the archaeologists. but it is only a beginning. it will take several seasons to excavate the remains of an entire household and several decades to excavate the entire community. the community buried beneath the sugar cane of ceren may one day
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Nov 6, 2013 6:00pm EST
jarreau on to her. -- on tour. ♪ [portuguese singing] i still don't know if have it, but you've still got it. >> you definitely have it. you, tavissaying to for president. wish it uponif i you these days. trying to shut the government down, i don't want no part in that. you are always on the road. you are always in some strange part of the world. you're not tired of all this traveling? >> that part of everyday. everyday is thanks giving for me. i still have an audience, and they asked the local promoter, when is al coming back? i don't know what i would do anyway. tavis: how have you protected this instrument? >> i am closer to a baritone bass been trying to scream with those
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Nov 19, 2013 3:00pm PST
opportunity. i don't know how my grandfather was living there, could scrape up enough money to put 2 kids on a boat to the united states and probably knowing they'd never see them again. but they knew there was no opportunity there where they lived. and i think that's what the united states is all about. >> the 2 brothers started their operation in new york, but then moved out west to begin growing fruits and vegetables. and in 1927, steven trademarked the name "andy boy" in honor of his son. the company became the first ever brand of fresh vegetables in the united states and has been recognized for more than 80 years now as a leading brand in the business. today, the farm is feeding the nation by harvesting more than 30,000 acres of fresh vegetables all packed under the andy boy brand. and while they farm a wide variety of produce, some of their biggest sellers as of late are romaine hearts, broccoli rob, and a big hit among culinary professionals, fennel. >> this is the field of fennel and you'll notice it's got a nice white bulb and a beautiful fern. and, really, all the plant's useabl
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Nov 1, 2013 3:00pm PDT
le tienen tanta antipatía a jorge. porque queremos protegerte de ese don juan. no tienes derecho de decir que es un don juan. tú no lo sabes. entonces, ¿quién era la mujer que contestó cuando lo llamaste a su casa? unos amigos de nueva york que están en puerto rico. están alojados en su casa. ¿qué hay de malo en eso? ¿tú crees eso?
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Nov 20, 2013 3:00pm PST
a peopl who don't live for the love of money." they trusted catlin. he was privileged to paint rituals which no white man had ever seen before: the steam baths of the mandan; sacred dancing; ( men chanting ) ( horse whinnying ) the sacrifice; traged ( fire crackling ) to promote the indian cause, catlin dreamed of seeing his paintings in a national museum. finding neither support nor recognition in america, catlin took his family, several indians, and his collection to europe. ( wind howling ) despite the great success of the indian exhibits, the european tour brought catlin great misfortune. burdened with debts and ill health, he sold his collection for pennies. resilient, bold, and determined, catlin returned the life he most cherished: painting the indians of the americas. "i take an incredible pleasure in roaming through nature's trackless wild, and selecting my models where i am free and unshackled by the killing restraints of society." ( native man chanting ) ( piano music ) narrator: although she lived most of her adult life in france, mary cassatt was steadfastly american. she
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Nov 11, 2013 6:00pm EST
to that.y will i will leave it to the other show host to dig that up. i don't know if we have the front and the back cover. contemporary graham nash. there is a fascinating and heartbreaking story in this book about how you got introduced to the camera. your father turned you onto the camera and found himself imprisoned because of a camera and it had a profound impact on your life. tell me more about the camera story. >> he was a poor and hard- working man from the north of england. struggling with life after world war ii. was takingy photographs of me and my sister at the local zoo. he turned me on to the magic of photography when i was 10 years old. the first photograph was taken of my mother when i was 10. that was what? hadcamera that my father bought had been stolen. my father wouldn't tell. he consequently spent a year of his life in a very brutal prison in the north of england. who goes to jail for a year for a $30 camera? >> the people that can't afford good justice. i had
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Nov 4, 2013 3:00pm PST
destinos: an introduction to spanish. en este episodio raquel le cuenta a don fernando y su familia de su investigación en españa. bueno, como uds. saben primero fui a españa buscando a la señora suárez.
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Nov 22, 2013 8:00am PST
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Nov 5, 2013 3:00pm PST
something different that goes on, whether good or bad. >> but their jobs don't just end at the restaurant. when the last customers have folded up their napkins and put their forks down, this couple is on to their next job. that's right. in addition to being full-time restaurateurs, they're also full-time ranchers. at their lucky dog ranch in nearby dixon, the couple often begins and ends each day with their aptly named dog lucky and tend to a herd of 3,500 strong. you see, ron and terri consider being at the ranch more cathartic than chaotic, and for both, it's actually a return to where they came from. ron grew up on a farm in ireland, terri on a ranch in colorado. >> and when we met each other, we looked--we were dressed like this, so i thought, "wow. i'm meeting this sophisticated guy that knows nothing about ranching and farming, that's dressed to a 't,'" and i think he thought the same of me. and then over the course of time, we find out we're just really 2 little farm kids at hand. >> they're both, uh, 24/7, 7-day-a-week business, which most people think we're crazy for jumping into
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Nov 4, 2013 8:00am PST
to parents and let them know we really care. don't forget to keep family members updated on the good news as well as any problems you may need to point out. oh, hi. nice seeing you. we have a new one here? hi, rena. how are you? nice to see you again. evan looks just like you. still? hendrick: group parent meetings and social events are also very helpful in creating a climate of families and teachers working together. and, of course, we should use regularly scheduled parent conferences as a time to listen to what's really going on at home. woman: rich handed her a crayon. he just randomly handed it to her. we didn't think it would make any difference. and she set it down and picked it-- he had given it to her with the blunt end down instead of the pointed end, and she made a big deal of it-- "that was not right, dad." hendrick: listening skills are the basis of communication, and it all begins with the concept we call active listening. when we assume the role of an active listener, we're communicating to whoever is speaking that we've heard them correctly, that we've understood what they'
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Nov 12, 2013 3:00pm PST
are self-pollinating. they actually don't need male trees to reproduce. and reason number 2--because karen decided early on to name each tree after a lady that had affected her life for the better. and now it's karen that is affecting other ladies and gentlemen for the better by informing them about her beloved lemons, and that includes local chefs who pop by for a visit. >> i adore meyers, but i also thought since they're dwarfs, they were especially appropriate for me. >> [laughs] >> they don't get too big. i try to pick no lemon before its time, so when it gets to be-- >> yeah, how do you know when it's ready? >> the color. >> ok. >> you're looking for the-- the deepest orange color. it's a cross between a mandarin orange and a lemon. >> karen is just a--a wonderful, wonderful person. she has such a kind soul, and, uh, she treats these lemons like they're each individual, like they're one of her children. and it's so wonderful to have somebody that appreciates that so much, what comes fro-from the earth. and we're an organic, seasonal restaurant, and so we really appreciate supporting t
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Nov 26, 2013 3:00pm PST
decides he wants to do that. >> and while dino's son is a little too young to enjoy this ice cream--don't worry, folks, h's only scooping it here--others are over the moon for this new premium ice cream. >> it's like mixing the 2 best things in the world together in one. the golden state produces more milk, butter, and ice cream than any state in the nation, and nce it's also a leader in both farming and innovative artis foods, it looks like these two might just have a spirited partnership for years to come. for "california country," i'm tracy sellers. >> brought to you by allied insurance, a member of the nationwide family of companies, which also includes nationwide insurance--on your side. from farm to feast--stay tuned for more of the tempting tastes of california. >> welcome back to "california country." >> joanne neft didn't start out a few years ago yearning to become a food rock star, but now, in placer county, her swirl of bright gray hair turns heads evywhere she goes. >> 20 years ago, i started the farmers' markets in placer county. and i thought to myself, what could we do t
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Nov 7, 2013 4:00pm PST
contándole a don fernando de su investigación. los demás escuchan atentamente. después, saliendo del hotel de san juan supimos que hubo un accidente en la excavación. jaime: iangela! me alegro mucho de encontrarte. ¿qué pasa, tío? estás muy preocupado. tienes que ir directamente a ver a tu hermano cuando llegues a méxico. ¿cómo? no comprendo. sucedió un accidente... en la excavación. raquel: cuando angela y yo llegamos a méxico alquilamos un carro y fuimos manejando directamente al sitio de la excavación. verás que tu hermano está bien. pronto podrás hablar con él. ( sirena ) ha habido un accidente. no se puede pasar. ay, por favor, señor. el hermano de ella estaba en la excavación. no sabemos lo que le ha pasado. x en ese caso, deben ir al pueblo. por allá, a no más de quince minutos. en el hospital, le dan información a todos los familiares. ¿es cierto que hay hombres atrapados? no lo sé, señorita. en el hospital le pueden dar toda la información. buenos días, ¿sabe ud. algo de los trabajadores de la excavación? mi hermano estaba allí. ¿y su nombre, por fa
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